You can try replacing the master control switch on the driver's door. If that doesn't fix it you will need a new window motor.
The u-braket that stratles the window has probably come off of one side. If you window motor and regulator still work, then the bracket has broken loose from the window. The only way to fix this is buying a new window. The u-bracket comes glued onto the window, there is no other way to fix it. I had both brackets come loose on my 2001, the brackets bolt to the window regulator. Hope this helps.
The question is too vague. Is the glass broken, does the window get stuck half way, does the window fall down, is the motion jerky, is it manual or electric?
Before you kill yourself looking for the fuse try putting the window all the way down then back up. This may fix your window. Opening and closing the rear hatch causes the window to settle down a little and it makes the safety trigger actuate (Unknown to the driver) This prevents the rear window washer from working. You don't want your window to wash with the rear window open do you? it may not go all the way up either without lowering it first. Hope this helps.
Either way you will have to fix it again so you should fix it right the first time and bolt it tightly to the regulator like it's supposed to be.
Depends on why it wont go up. Sometimes there is a plastic tab that breaks and requires replacement of the mechanism. There is also a way to fix it that can be found on www.team3s.com as it is a common problem and someone has a detailes repair with pictures if that is the case.
Apparently after 36 years the window regulator needs some lubrication ! I removed the window and then the regulator and then lubed the whole of the regulator using a silicone spray. Fixed ! Getting the regulator and window back in the door was a whole other story.
ON MY '81, I CAN FIX IT BY ROLLING THE WINDOW TRACK ALL THE WAY DOWN AND ACCESSING THE WINDOW THROUGH THE REMOVED VENT (AT THE BACK LOWER CORNER OF THE DOOR)AND THE SPEAKER HOLE (AT THE FRONT CORNER). THE TRACK HAS A ROUND KNOB THAT MOVES THE WINDOW UP AND DOWN, AND IT'S FACING AWAY FROM YOU. THE REASON YOUR WINDOW POPS OFF IS THAT THE SQUARE PLASTIC PIECE ATTACHED TO THE ROUND KNOB HAS BROKEN OFF. GENTLY PUSH ON THE BOTTOM OF THE WINDOW AND MOVE THE METAL BRACKET (PART OF THE WINDOW) SO THE RECTANGULAR GAP IN THE MIDDLE IS OVER THE ROUND KNOB, AND THE SLOT IN THE METAL BRACKET IS OVER THE CHANNEL EDGE THAT THE KNOB RIDES IN. FROM NOW ON, EITHER HAVE THIS WINDOW ALL THE WAY UP OR ALL THE WAY DOWN. IT WILL FALL OFF TRACK IF IT'S PART WAY.
Your window regulator is most likely out. Try "rolling the window down" all the way, and then get out of your car and with one hand pressed flat on the outside of the window and one hand pressed flat on the inside of the window, try to force the window to go down. If it just kind of slides, then either your window regulator is out, or your window is no longer on the track. The easiest fix is obviously to take your car to Saturn (or another shop) and have them fix it. It costs about $180. Be careful though, because the plastic in Saturns for things, such as the clips and holders that hold your door on, are very cheap and will just snap off. If Saturn/another auto shop breaks it, they have to fix it or replace it. Otherwise, buy a Hanes (or similar) manual and learn how to do it yourself. Basically, you unscrew all the screws that you can see and pull the door off. The manual will tell you what all exactly you're looking at.
Make sure the window is all the way up. If you think it is, lower the window all the way then raise it all the way. Then try the wiper and fluid delivery system. Well Done. This worked perfectly for me.
on these doors there are cable regulators which wind up when you roll the window up and wind down when you roll the window down. most of these cables get tangled and bound up. the easy way to fix this problem is to get a new window regulator, but not from the VW dealer ist $260, each door. Autopartsonlinecanada.com is the cheapist place to find the regulator for $63. Hope this helps
Take ArmorAll that has the straw with it and roll the window all the way down or as far as it will go and spray it down on the inside of the door which is the inside of the door and that should help loosen the hinges making it easier to go up and down try this and see if it works ok.
unbolt the window from the regulator and push the window all the way up and tape window to door then run the motor all the way up til it stops then reattach widow to regulator.
Power the window all the way down then hold it for five seconds after its completely down. then power the window all the way up and hold it for an additional five seconds. The convertible top should be up during this window 'reset'.
The same way as xbox360 fix the window and jump on it. Then jump to the nerest table.
my window in my 1992 toyota wont go all the way up
If you cannot just refasten weatherstripping to fix it, the easiest way is to replace it. Apart from that, when replacing weatherstripping on a window, it is good to replace all of the material, not only the damaged part. If you cannot repair it yourself, it is always possible to take the car to the mechanic.
Best way is to order the electronic conversion kit from summitracing.com and it has all the directions to it.
Fixing the cable on the power windowThere is no way to fix the cable, you'll have to get a new power window regulator. You can get them from lot of different places. I got mine from eBay for $75 with the motor but you can get it for aroud $50 without the motor. It seems to be around the same price everywhere I've found it.
need to know which window but they arent any different than any other vehicle. i prefer to leave to to the professionals in the automotive glass industry because they are way to easy to break.....
Try this simple fix. Put the window down then put it all the way back up. Over time and a few bounces the rear window settles down just a bit and this triggers a safety that prevents the defroster from running with the window down, only it's not down enough for you to notice it.
May want to check the actual switch itself. Had a problem where mine was broke. Cheap fix for about $5 is a replacement 4 way switch from the salvage yard.
Another way to fix it would be to not have it at all.
Take the outer door panel off then unbolt the old window from the track then place the new window in the track this will take sometime because the new window has to go in at an angle before you place the new window in the track make sure the track is at the bottom of the door use your hand tp place the window all the way down in the door then bring the window all the way up holding it with one hand at the bottom of the window you need to put the window all the way to the bottom first to make sure the window clips aline in the window track. roll the bottom of the track up intill you can bolt the new window in but be careful if you tighten down the window to tight it will break the put the door panel back on